The beach belongs to a state park, thus no lifeguards; they have built new bathrooms and showers, and the access ramps are pretty comfortable. The beach has not been "improved" in any other way, thus there are rock outcroppings here and there. And the view is magnificent!!
Also, if you are into fossil shark teeth, this is one of the best places in the area. After a storm, you can look for them on the beach, and you'll generally find lots of them in the water (looked for crushed seashells and use a skimmer)
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